How long does the diVa procedure take?
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Lunchtime Diva treatment
The DiVa Procedure is very fast and takes less than 5 minutes to perform. If the consultation is done before and the consent forms are signed, it is very easy to come in during a lunch break and get the procedure done. You can go straight back to work with no downtime or pain. You will leave with a thin pad on to collect the little bit of vaginal discharge you might have for the next 48 hours.
DiVa takes less time than dermal filler
diVa treatments take less time than lip injections. We consistently complete combined diVaTyte and diVa treatments in a half hour of less. Take a few minutes out of your day to explore the benefits of diVa. It can change your life.
Busy no problem!
The diVa vaginal laser therapy is amazingly Efficient!!. The actual procedure only takes about 5-7 minutes to do. Please do not be fooled by the speed though, because the laser design and automation makes this the most precise vaginal laser treatment I have ever seen. We recommend a series of 3 treatments for the diVa therapy. Therefore, I would plan on the first treatment taking a little longer to fill out paper work and answer questions, the follow treatments swing in on your way to lunch.
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The actual procedure takes between 3-5 minutes. When you factor in numbing time and setup the total time is 20 minutes
How long does it take?
Topical numbing combined with a 3-5 total procedure time means you can be in & out on your lunch break.
Lunch time procedure?
If you have an hour for lunch, it's possible. We allow 20 minutes for numbing, so there is minimal discomfort.
The actual procedure takes about 5 minutes, so when you factor the checking in and checking out, I think you can definitely do this over the lunch hour, and feel fine to go back to work.
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